“DO NOT BE CONFORMED TO THIS WORLD, BUT BE TRANSFORMED BY THE RENEWING OF YOUR MIND.”
— ROMANS 12:2

What is a DNA Group?

The term “DNA group” refers to a group that ideally consists of three to four people — men with men, women with women — who meet together weekly. They seek to be known and to bring the gospel to bear on each other’s lives so that they grow to become more like Jesus.

DNA Groups provide a structure for us to care deeply for one another and to foster growth as disciples of Jesus.

DNA is an acronym that reminds of us three key components of discipleship: Discover, Nurture, and Act. The goal is to help one another to discover Jesus in the Scriptures, nurture the truths of the gospel in our hearts, and faithfully act on what the Spirit calls us to do.

Our DNA group should be a major factor in our growth as a disciple (someone who is learning to apply the gospel to absolutely every part of life). 


Our DNA groups primarily use a gospel-centered discussion guide called Growing In Christ Together.